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: seth mcfarlane, the gentleman behind "family guy." let me just say this, if you see one movie this summer where a teddy bear uses a urinal, make it "ted." (laughter) we begin tonight with fast and furious, a scandal which as you'll recall fast and furious was a program where we allowed untrackable guns to be sent to mexico in an effort to track... (laughter). ... guns going to... it's the zaniest south of the border mixup since "the three amigos." (applause) by the way, this segment brought to you by "the three amigos. the three amigos." because two amigos would have been a stupid (bleep)ing movie. (laughter) there were a lot of different punch lines to that one. last week brought a troubling new development to the fast and furious story. >> president obama today for the first time asserted executive privilege to shield justice department documents dealing with what's become known as the fast and furious scandal. >> jon: so there it is! an a.t.f. program, disastrous and deadly results, statements by the department of justice that don't match with previous statements. and barac
. >> today's uner up, our number two video, a wish that is going viral. >> seth collins and his family went out for a pizza dinner. kentucky. where it' the whole family gets together, enjoys a nice meal, and at the end of the meal, they present the waitress with a $500 tip. >> what? >> an incredible act of kindness that death's brother, aaron, left in his will. he passed away just a few days ago, and one of aaron's last wishes was to do a act of random kindness. leave someone a big tip, at like a pizza joint. he didn't leave much bhund, so his family got donations together. to tell us more about aaron, we have his brother seth. first we want to say we're sorry for your loss, how is this helping you cope with his death. >> it gave my mom something to focus on. she's just overwhelmed with join and the support we have received. >> what was your brother like? >> he wasn't afraid of anything, he didn't think of the risks, is there just something he wants to have done. >> you must have been really touched by the people who donated the money for you to do this. >> yeah, that's been incredible. thi
in space. ride died yesterday after a 17-month battle with pancreatic cancer. seth doane has the report. >> reporter: sally ride was a physicist when she answered an ad seeking applicants for the space program. in 1983, she became the first american woman in space. >> the thing i'll remember most about that flight is that it was fun and in fact i'm sure it's the most fun i'll ever have in my life. >> let me just remind you that when we had lunch here at the white house before your flight, that somebody said that sometimes the best man for a job was a woman. you were there because you were the best person for the job. >> reporter: she flew again in 1984, served on a panel investigating the "challenger" disaster and inspired countless young women to pursue careers in science. she founded sally ride science which developed science themed camps, festivals and classes for children who dreamed about reaching for the stars. >> it's a real experience and the experience of a lifetime to be able to fly in space and fly aboard the space shuttle and i have to admit i'm more excited about that oppor
of a movie, but knew was a shark. >> pelley: seth doane on the sharks of 2012. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. good evening. we have just begun the fourth year of what has been a very bumpy recovery from the great recession. today we got some indications that better times may be near. for one thing, home prices were up more than 2% in may, and that's the third monthly increase. and americans saw their incomes rise half a percent in june, more than $500 per household on average. trouble is, americans didn't spend any of it. they cut spending back to a tiny fraction, about $11 on average. that's the problem, because consumers spending is 70% of our economy. we have three reports tonight, first dean reynolds in chicago on the fear of buying. dean? >> reporter: scott, nobody feels this lull in spending more deeply tonight nation's small businessmen, one of whom told us today he is looking for some light at the end of this tunnel. >> july sales definitely are down about 10 or 15%. >> reporter: jeff pape sells athletic gear online and from his 5500 s
'donnell is at the white house. seth doane has lance armstrong's answer to the doping charges that could strip him of his titles. and john blackstone on how a former gang member in los angeles is rescuing a new generation. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley, reporting tonight from chicago. >> pelley: good evening. there's an important story breaking this summer, and it is happening here in america's third-largest city. homicides in chicago are up 38% this year. that's 275 murders so far in 2012. nearly all of them casualties of a gang war. it's even more remarkable when you consider that overall crime in chicago is down, and so is crime nationally. the police here tell us that july is the worst month for murders, saturday the worst day, 9:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. the worst hour. today the mayor announced a new attack on gangs and we'll have our interview with the mayor in just a moment. but we'll start with this last weekend. 17 new shootings, and dean reynolds was at the hospital to meet them. >> reporter: at the cook county trauma unit in chicago's strojer hospita
, his wife katie is about to give birth to their first child. seth medly is caleb's brother. >> he's a strong guy. i'm not used to him... not used to seeing him like that. i don't ever want to see him like that again. >> reporter: but even if caleb fully recovers, what happened at the midnight movie threatens to ruin the couple financially. his family has been told medical bills could total $2 million. long-time friend michael west is trying to raise money. >> caleb, he doesn't have any insurance. soy put together a web site. >> looking forward to being a dad. >> we talk to him, we know he can hear us. we tell him he needs to get better because he needs to be a dad. >> reporter: many are struggling with the emotions raised by this tragedy. 13-year-old kaylan was babysitter for the youngest victim in the shooting, six-year-old veronica moseer sullivan. veronica's mother ashley moser is still in the hospital with wounds to her neck and abdomen. kaylan was in the theater beside them. >> i wanted just... i want it to be a nightmare, a dream, i don't want this to be real. >> reporter: w
. only from verizon. >>> i want to bring in seth bixby daugherty. he's also been a food stamp recipient to feed a family after a serious skiing accident left him unable to work in 1997. seth, it's great to have you on. can you tell us how you came to know the s.n.a.p. program then called food stamps personally and how that kind of changed your perspective on this? >> well, in 1997 i was in a horrendous skiing accident and broke both of my legs and both of my ankles and was in a wheelchair almost for about eight months, and, you know, at that point i couldn't work. my daughter was 1 year old. basically put my wife and my family in a position where we needed federal assistance. >> and how did that change your perspective? did you have prekon received ideas before and afterward obviously you committed yours to dealing with hunger. >> up to that point i never had any issues. it never affected me. truthfully i never thought about it because i wasn't impacted by it. what it does is speaks volumes of the fact you can go from a normal human being to being so close to bankruptcy and needing that
of the most productive seths of our economy. >> reporter: when senator hatch mentions productive seths of the economy he is talking about small businesses and thinks the job creators, the owners can operate easier with lower tax rates but the president disagrees. >> the republicans in congress and their nominee for president believe that the best way to create prosperity in america is to let it trickle down from the top and believe if our country spends trillions more on tax cuts for the wealthy we will somehow create jobs even if we have to pay for are it by gutting things like education and training and by raising middle class taxes. they are wrong. >> reporter: the president says they are wrong but they are going to vote against his proposal any way with speaker boehner saying the house will vote to stop president obama's small business tax hike while laying the ground work for progrowth tax reform that will help employers keep jobs in america and bring jobs back to america that have gone overseas. the white house is not backing down. >> the president continues to insist the proposa
and the afternoon. i will let you know how warm it is going to get coming up. seth's for mayor of but that pebbles and >>vicki: penn state university will be hit with expensive fines. the n.c.a.a. plans to reveal penalties on a monday. they removed their famed statue of joe paterno today. >> everything is gone. it is really sad. >> and joe is a man we love. the reason we love them is if 60 years of integrity. >> i drove from north carolina appear to take a picture with his stature. like a bunch of thieves need to get a wait in the night. >> the university said down the statue early on sunday morning. workers took up a fence and a tarp to block the view. >> there are a lot of issues, you can see why they have to do certain things, but you hate to see it. >> decision angered fans is a paternal was not perfect but had a history. a library will still keep his name. famine this is not fixing the problem, this is just drawn the attention away from people who should be taking more responsibility and blame. >> flowers and personal messages sat outside of the paternal house. the family issue the statement.
shark days. a swimmer was attacked off cape cod, massachusetts yesterday, and we asked seth doane to investigate. it turns out, the best of intentions may have lured sharks closer to shore. >> reporter: the sandy beaches of cape cod lure tourists, but on monday there was another visitor here that was not so welcome. >> a shark attack, he's bleeding, he needs 911. >> reporter: a man was hauled off the shore in truro, massachusetts on a stretcher after being bitten on the legs while swimming. eye witnesses were telling tales of a shark attack. >> a finn about, you know, yea big, was like what did we just see, this was like out of a movie, but you knew that was a shark. >> reporter: today's scientists confirm the man was likely bitten by a great white shark. it would be the first known attack off these waters since 1936. the man was able to swim to shore. and was brought to a local hospital in stable condition. while shark sightings are rare along these beaches, scientists have tagged nine great white sharks already this year. and that's what tourists want to see. how many say i want
$81 from buy back world, however, seth warns this can be risky. >> biggest concern is privacy. >> as he points out sh you don't know who will wind up with the phone. there is a lot of personal information there. there are pictures, banking and software that remembers where you went. >> that cell phone is turning to a catch all from personal informations and thinking of that falling into someone else's hands is a disturbing thought. >> it could be a treasure trove so and and this is sending my used phone to a service that would end up putting it in the hands of someone i didn't know he warns it doesn't mean they're gone since there are lots of ways to recover lost data. so first reset to the factory condition. go to settings, look for factory reset. follow the steps to erase all content. you should remove the sim card and sd card. now, it's back to the way it was at the factory. so you're safe, right? well... seth says... not necessarily. >> this is software that can be used to undelete those things he says a determined hacker may be able to find software to undelete what you w
on the pcharges dropped. to get those but as seth doane reports, a judge quickly took the air out of that lawsuit. >> reporter: the lawsuit armstrong filed accuses usada of conducting a process that is rigged and that violates his constitutional rights, adding that the anti-doping agency has a vendetta. armstrong's legal team wants usada's case dropped because it could ban him from athletic competition and strip the cyclist of his unprecedented seven tour de france titles. the district court judge dismissed the case without prejudice and will allow armstrong's legal team to refile within 20 days. but in a strongly worded order, the judge wrote, "this court is not inclined to indulge armstrong's desire for publicity, self-aggrandizement or vilification of defendants." usada has accused armstrong of using illegal performance-enhancing drugs and methods during the years he won the tour. a source close to the investigation says more than ten former teammates and associates of armstrong are prepared to testify under oath against him. one of those former riders is tyler hamilton, the subject of a "60 m
, though the judge said he could refile the suit within 28 days. seth doane has the latest. >> reporter: the lawsuit armstrong filed today accuses usada of conducting a process that is rigged and violates his constitutional rights adding the anti-doping agency has a vendetta. armstrong's legal team wants usada's case dropped because it could ban him from athletic competition and strip the cyclists of his unprecedented seven tour de france titles. the district court judge dismissed this case this afternoon without prejudice and will allow armstrong's legal team to refile within 20 days. but in a strongly worded order, the judge wrote: armstrong of using illegal performance enhancing drugs and methods during the years he won the tour. a source close to the investigation says more than ten former teammates and associates of armstrong are prepared to testify under oath against him. one of those former riders is tyler hamilton, the subject of a "60 minutes" report on doping inside armstrong's cycling teams. he talked about the use of banned blood transfusions that increased endurance. >> pel
a guy calling for a huge surge in the dow. he is seth masters, bernstein global wealth management. he is calling important the dow to hit 20,000. >> we also have all the way on the other side, the ultimate bear. harry says the market will go down before it goes up. his call is dow 3,000. harry, really? dow 3,000? it feels as if everything would have to like collapse in on itself luke a black hole to get to 3,000. >> that's what we have seen for decades now. baby boom. we tracked demographics and were more bullish than anybody in the 'zmints 2000. we saw this giant generation spending more money, borrowing more money, technology, internet, rising. now it is the opposite. from 2008 to 2020, the baby bust points trends down. less home buying, less spending. baby boomers are going to be saving for retirement. will is no way you can stimulate your way out of this. i would agree with seth in normal times. 20,000 is a reasonable target. but hey, just like we boomed on precedented bubbles, last few decades, when we see a correction after a major debt and demographic bubble like this, you see
-nine tie is now 10-9 oakland! and seth smith doubles off the geico sign. 5 rbi, and the a's win this thing 14-9. they're 1/2 game behind the angels in the wildcard race. ooh! that geico sign is getting tattooed tonight! josh reddick hits the wall, had to be carted off the field. he has an upper-body bruise. same thing dao lin has. but no sign was head injury or concussion. what's that? >> upper-body bruise ? isn't that vague? >> you're accusing the a's of lying to the fans? anyway! you don't care about this. >> don't say i'm tired, you're tired. >> i'm not tired! i'm the one who saved dao lin! in hockey, they never admit they're injured. >> but you can go after something. in baseball, you can't! >> you know, i've been playing football since i was 6 years old. and the love that i have for the game of football is going to always be in me. i guess there's a few records that i've broken, but i'm not about breaking records. they come and go. but i just love the game of football. >> these guys are young, enthusiastic, and i don't really feel my age being around these guys. you're as
to the rescue and throws a blitz to second and span is out. seth smeght with a monster blast into the second deck. top seventh, oakland leads 8-2. >> the giants are hosting the astros. tim lincecum is on the mound. if he has another rough outing he will likely lose his spot in the rotation. so far so good. in the second there's no score. >> the "associated press" is reporting the raiders and safety tiety von everyone have agreed to a deal with $26 million, 17 million is game team. fourth round peek in 2008, branch has been one of the few reliable players on the secondary, starting every game the last three seasons and led the raiders in tackles for two years. >> new 49ers quarterback and oakland tech product josh johnson held a football clinic as part of his fan first family charity weekend. several of his football buddies, including his counsel sis, marchand lynch, hosted 600 kids at oakland tech high school. the took part in football drills and learned about sportsman ship and team skills. look at this concentration. yeah. >> i'm fortunate to do something i love for a career. i feel i'm ve
, please fill out a card. otherwise, we will do the last three speakers. >> my name is seth munter. i am here to ask you to table the motion. tabling this motion will bring all parties to the table and enable consideration and collaboration. a little background. i am a licensed real estate salesperson. i hold an m.b.a. from uc- berkeley. i am director of the leather alliance. i also represent mark frazier, the owner and operator of the dallas eagle. we do not seek ownership of the bar. we seek collaboration. over a year ago, mr. frazier and i approached the owner of 398 12th street to discuss a lease arrangement. he made two demands. pay the back of a previous lessees, over $50,000. second, do all of the building of the ada compliance at our expense. he would not discuss a lease unless these demands were met. working with the manager of the eagle tavern, we ran financial analyses and found these unreasonable preconditions made the business of feasible u -- unfeasible. we spoke with mr. wiener and bevin dufty. we have the ability to move forward, but we need to make sure the double rainbo
-organized crime seth. that is not something -- we are not talking about somebody stealing a candy bar or a shirt from the retail location. we are talking about organized people taking bags lined with foil to steal things and take the sensors off. we are working with macy's, which was why macy's donated to the national night out. property crimes are down because of that. we are booking these guys. that is intent to go into these businesses, and our arrests for burglary you will see is up quite a bit compared to the rest of the city. even though our robberies' are up 4%, our arrests are up 49%, so we are johnny on the spot for that. we utilize the violence reduction team in this resources. it is important next day that they have a uniformed presence to come in and have that visibility. that is important. and then last line, shots fired. chief mentioned earlier that overall, shootings are down city-wide, which is great for us in the city, but that number is off now, i can tell you. we are down 43% on shooting victims, so we are down really low compared to the rest of the city. however -- i hate to
. three one shot off of jarrod parker. baltimore up 6-5. based loaded and seth smith brings everybody home. ryan cook gave up back-to-back singles, tie it up at 8. chris davis goes back in front to make it 9-8, a's say never quit. norris tied it and weeks knocks in one. they led 14 left hand 9, two men on, deep to right and spider-man josh reddick makes the great catch in the web go. reddick with that contusion he is day to day. >> randy moss, 35 may not seem old but eight years older than any other receiver in the niners roster. and putting pep in his step. he retired at 2010 and he is back, looking fast and hoping to bring experience to this young receiving core. >> we have a young team here. me being a veteran. i've been around the block a few times. trying to bring something positive. hopefully it one of those from there. >> aldon smith, he is hundred percent he says after a d.u.i. and stabbing incident and he apologized for his mistakes. >> i feel like incident that has happened and the infants and everybody, i feel i let them down. i'm more focused than ever and i'm ready to go. >> g
. seth mcfarland, the director, producer and the voice of ted. he talked with charlie about going from tv to movies and why he believes family guy should have been canceled by now. huh? >> have you heard the song, call me maybe, this is crazy. how could you miss it? if so, where you been? it's everywhere. we'll try to figure out why it got so big so fast. chef marcus samuelson is joining us in studio 57. he's a very successful chef rock star. he's got a successful restaurant and he's joining us today. those stories and more when we see you at 8:00. you're watching "cbs this morning." you can get us on facebook, twitter and google plus. we'll be right back. >> this portion of "cbs this morning," sponsored by mercedes-benz. experience truly great engineering today at your authorized dealer. [ male announcer ] aggressive styling. a more fuel-efficient turbocharged engine. and a completely redesigned interior. ♪ the 2012 c-class with over 2,000 refinements. it's amazing...inside and out. see your authorized mercedes-benz dealer for exceptional offers through mercedes-benz financial services
loaded and seth smith brings everybody home. ryan cook gave up back-to-back singles, tie it up at 8. chris davis goes back in front to make it 9-8, a's say never quit. norris tied it and weeks knocks in one. they led 14 left hand 9, two men on, deep to right and spider-man josh reddick makes the great catch in the web go. reddick with that contusion he is day to day. >> randy moss, 35 may not seem old but eight years older than any other receiver in the niners roster. and putting pep in his step. he retired at 2010 and he is back, looking fast and hoping to bring experience to this young receiving core. >> we have a young team here. me being a veteran. i've been around the block a few times. trying to bring something positive. hopefully it one of those from there. >> aldon smith, he is hundred percent he says after a d.u.i. and stabbing incident and he apologized for his mistakes. >> i feel like incident that has happened and the infants and everybody, i feel i let them down. i'm more focused than ever and i'm ready to go. >> good to get the drama over neu now. >> "nightline" is nex
time. >> so they are searching hard to find their massachusetts retreat from the nashville heat. seth doane cbs news, new york. >> glor: later, robots folding laundry, sorting socks, the new hand helping those in need. a challenging pension choice for public safety workers in california's capital, and is china downplaying the death toll after a crippling flood? those stories when the cbs evening news continues. >> glor: a family of a pregnant mother wounded in the aurora, colorado theatre shooting says she miscarried as a result, ashley moser is recovering from surgery for wounds to the neck and abdomen, in addition to the unborn child, her six-year-old daughter veronica died in the shooting, a family member says she have not yet told very veronica of the death. >> two climbers missing in the mountains of peru for two weeks have been located, ben horne from virginia and gill weiss of colorado apparently fell, they were spot bid a helicopter but conditions have prevented their recovery. a rare public view of a natural disaster in north korea tonight, state media reports floods have ki
with a lead and a's clawed back. seth smith tied it in the ninth with a bomb to straightaway center. ask then in the 12th, how about some coco, tastes like victory. coco crisp with the rbi single. a's walk off with a 5-4 win. >>> cabrera belted his 299th career home run and then two innings later, number 300. tigers beat the white sox 6-4. >>> team usa sporting the throwback dream team jerseys for an exhibition against argentina. looks a lot like magic and jordan here. lebron james to kevin durant. americans win 86-80. they'll have one more game before the olympics. that's your early look at sports on "early today." i'm bill seward. >>> the jackson family feuding continues. duh, winners at the teen choice awards. your early morning entertainment headlines are straight ahead. >>> plus, looking like a famous writer may not get you much in most places but in key west it could make you a king. you're watching "early today." >>> welcome back, hope you had a wonderful weekend, here's what you need to know forecastwise, heavy rain and thunderstorms on interstate 80 outside of sacramento heading
the a's. rodriguez doubles into the gap. seth smith. his 11th bomb this year. we're knotted up at 4-4. that means free baseball. bottom of the 12, a single to right. the a's, red hot in july. they win it, 5-4. >>> remember, the rangers and red sox coming your way on monday night baseball, 8:00 p.m. eastern time. >> talk about a choke, whoo. ugly. >>> all right, coming up next, "the pulse" this morning. including some strange seafood. >>> and where in the world is katherine jackson. a straightforward question but a much more difficult answer. it's all next. ♪guitar [phone ringing] hi. oh there you are. hey babe.how are ya? daddy,look! you lost another tooth. [man thinking] don't grow up without me. oh,uh riley wants to say hi. riley... hey buddy...keep 'em safe. [announcer] we know how important your dog is. so help keep him strong and healthy with the total care nutrition... in purina dog chow. because you're not just a family. you're a dog family. we miss you. car insurance companies say they'll save you by switching, you'd have like, a ton of dollars. but how are they saving you
11 years since oakland smacked four homers in back-to-back games. seth smith with the second long ball in as many days. oakland now three games before the .500 mark. they're home to take on texas on tuesday. an amazing three week stretch for serena williams. she had the second straight win at the bank of the west. her opponent playing in her first wta final. the experience was key. serena as all of it in command throughout. serving. vandeweghe returns with the left hand. the drop shot, and then ven deway into the net. championship point. serena, another forehand winner. williams with back-to-back bank of the west titles. >> zach johnson needed good canadaie at individual at the first playoff hole today. the problem was his usual caddie was not at his side. he was playing at the u.s. senior open and finished 17th. johnson thought he had this in the bag. troy mat session son was two back when he lined up this 60-footer on 17. use thursday whole cup. moves into the a tie. johnson walking to 18. mat sessionson hits the approach into the water. here's where johnson needed the caddie to
, they see a big hunk of metal. but when i look at it, i see seth, mark, tom, and people like that who work on engines every day. [ tom ] i would love to see this thing fly. [ kareem ] it's a dream, honestly. there it is. oh, wow. that's so cool! yeah, that was awesome! [ cheering ] [ tom ] i wanna see that again. ♪ [ tom ] i wanna see that again. homicide of young people in america has an impact on all of us. how can we save these young people's lives? as a police chief, i have an opportunity to affect what happens in a major city. if you want to make a difference, you have to have the right education. university of phoenix opened the door. my name is james craig, i am committed to making a difference, and i am a phoenix. visit phoenix.edu/beltway to find our 5 locations in your area chris: welcome back. mike a departure this week the same prediction from each of you. will hillary clinton run for president? and if you can't answer that yet, what will her decision be based upon? >> i think it shall go because it's what the clintons do and she'll look at the competition and say i'm better
, and use the calendar. all to see your money how you want. ♪ >>> a good trip to seth l for the orioles. >> halfway through the season, the orioles have had a full season's worth of roster moves. some have worked. young pitchers can be thrilling and frustrating. chris tillman has been both. called up to start in seattle today, now in his fourth major league season and just 24 years old. would he be thrilling or frustrating? he gave his team a thrill, delivering the best start of his career. pitching into the 9th inning, it was his longest big league outing and allowed just two hits. he's been a project, and the latest work done by the coaching staff seems to be paying off. >> it's been a work in progress for me. in spring that inning, nay were mentioning that they wanted me to work on a couple things. peterson came down a couple times, and i got it right. >> adam jones also feeling good after hitting his 20th home run of the season. they hit the midpoint of the season, on pace to win 88 games. the road trip continues tomorrow night in anaheim. the os did the rays no favor. robinson cano
by seth smith. the a's would win it in the 12th as coco crisp singles home norris from second. 54 the final. the a's major league high 11th 11th walkoff victory. the magic continues. >> i mean, the confidence level obviously carries over to the previous games, into the next game. when you're in these types of swayings, because you've done it before so you know it's possible. everybody is excited. nobody got down. start inching back, and we always feel like we have a chance. >> rick: the giants were in philadelphia. san francisco got a quick 1-0 lead in the first. tied 2-2 in in the second. john may -- -- the giants pulled even, and in the 12th, jimmy rollins singles home ruiz to make the final 4-3 philadelphia. san francisco loses for just the second time since the all-star break. >> today in paris, the tour de france came to an end. bradley wiggins logged up the yellow jersey yesterday so the ride into the city was ceremonyol. wiggins this, first british rider to win the event. a fellow brit came in second, and for this game, winning hit, coco crisp got the gatorade bat and the p
. seth smith welcome his ninth home run and brandon moss vines in the home run parade. four long balls and the a's tie a season high and win in resounding fashion by a final of 9-3. >>> one quick note from the nfl, the raiders signed safety tievon and lincecum mitched enough well but the giants take it with a 3-2 victory and now they go for the sweep tomorrow. >> nice to hear about it all the, scott. >>> right now, anthony is checking out the weather. what's going on? >> on that note since we're talking about the giants, tomorrow there's a game and we're talking about temperatures that have been in the 70s. it will be a spectacular day to get out and cheer on the giants. temperatures at 55 right now in the city. 60 you get toward sunniville and 59 in santa cruz. one thing to make note of, notice the winds not that strong for this time of day. usually this time of night we're talking about winds gusting up to 20, 30 or even 40 miles an hour and winds are calm this evening. that's a good sign that all that fog that we woke up to this morning will not make it's way to the east bay so it's
, yankees had a 4-0 lead when the a's claw back. seth smith tied wit a balk to straight-away center. then in the 12th, how about some cocoa? hmm, tastes like victory. cocoa chris with the rbi single. the a's win with a 5-4 win. >>> cabrera belted his 299 homer and an inning later his 300. >>> and the throw-back dream team jerseys in the exhibition against argentina. it looks like magic and jordan, lebron james to kevin durant. the americans win with one more game before the olympics. that's your first look at sports. i'm bill seward. >>> for another look at the weather, here's nbc meteorologist bill clarences with the forecast. what is your favorite olympic sport, bill? >> the track and field i don't miss when they run the 100 meters. >> synchronized swimming? >> i'll watch the highlights. are there highlights of synchronized swimming? well, good morning, everyone. we have showers and thunderstorms continuing to roll through new york state this morning. a pretty good strong storm in the southern portions of the new york state freeway heading to westchester and crossing the hudson ri
" and then "spider-man" for me. i think seth mcfarland is hilarious. not everybody does. maybe that's the difference. >> i'm veronica de la cruz. this is "first look" on msnbc. "way too early" with willie geist starts right now. >>> president obama looks to change the subject after friday's dismal jobs report calling for an extension of the bush tax cuts for the middle class but not millionaires and billionaires, setting up an election year showdown with republicans over tax fairness. the question is will republicans and mitt romney take the bait allowing the white house to paint them as the out of touch champions of the rich. >>> violence in syria. how much
good. i think seth myers and kristin wiig and fred armisten could have been on it in any era. i think every time you think it is over, you know, john lovitz comes along, tina fey comes along. >> another question. if your hair could speak, what would it say? >> it would say, dave, this is over. >> i get a lot of crap for my hair. i mean, not as much as alan gets for his head. i do not know what to do. this is the way it is. people have tried, really strong, powerful hairdresser's. [laughter] they could do something for a few minutes. this is why i could never be an airline pilot. if you got in an airplane and saw somebody with my hair cut, you get right off the airplane. [laughter] >> also, you have to learn how to fly. >> nobody checks that. they see the hair cut. >> you're leaving out the day that mo howard saw your head. i am going to wear my hair like that, too. >> do you agree with the "new york times" that david is the funniest man in america? >> yes, do you? [laughter] >> they said that? >> apparently. >> there was one reviewer in 1981, and i have had to live -- who would even s
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